The Only Rule In Street Photography

Street photography is hard. It challenges our observational skills, our sense of vulnerability and our ability to react at a moment’s notice, which is why it can be so rewarding to finally capture something that others may have never noticed and to walk away with work that can hopefully stand the test of time and be remembered.

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Practicing Decisiveness & Restraint In Photography

Over the course of my photographic journey, two concepts have become a large part of my how I shoot every day — decisiveness and restraint. Employing these has helped me to become a much more consistent and disciplined photographer, especially now as a film photographer with a finite amount of frames to expose every time I walk out the door.

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All In A Day's Walk — Gallery Open Until May 26

The result is the All In A Day's Walk gallery which is on display now until May 26th at Racquet Film, 6/608 Brunswick St, New Farm in Brisbane. With Racquet's larger fine art printer at my disposal, I managed the printing of all A2 prints on Ilford's beautiful Gold Fibre Gloss paper.

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On Documenting Street & Life

From my perspective, to be a street photographer is to be human and to seek out humanity, the absurdity of it, the chaos of it, the irony, the elation, the fleeting and the ever present, from a man smiling with me in Kyoto while busking, to a little girl in the act of throwing a ball in a backyard, to the tale of two bins taking on an anthropomorphised relationship.

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